Living Lore: Hiron’s Hole ~ Gary Stocker — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

On the present-day B4086 Wellesbourne Road is Littleham Bridge. One evening in November 1820 William Hirons (or Hixons), a yeoman farmer from nearby Alveston, was on his way home from Warwick. As he approached the bridge in question he was mugged and left for dead by four assailants. He was found, fatally wounded, with his […]

via Living Lore: Hiron’s Hole ~ Gary Stocker — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

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  1. Sue Vincent says:

    Thanks for sharing Gary’s post 🙂

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